A mash-up of Powered by the Apocalypse and Forged in the Dark, Navathem’s End is an RPG from Axo Stories.
Characters are trying to stop the apocalypse as Agents of a Tower in a world where mayhem is everywhere. The Kickstarter set a goal of MX$ 150,000 to hit and is nearly there. You can see progress and find out more on the pitch page.
Need a look? There’s a free dropbox hosted preview available of the game.
The campaign will create new content for the book, adventures, monsters and Colossi if successful.
A key question in the unfolding chaos is whether you can stay true to your name when the trouble gets terrible.
The End came again some years ago…
… Some folks reported having seen a strange man in odd garments, matching the robes that the Chronicler always wore in paintings.
…Still others said that they felt apparitions of a fluttering of black wings, the sighting of a sword within the marshes, the scent of roses gently filling an entire city.
The world went into a panic, of course. The Treaty between the Continents could find no other explanation other than the possibility of an impending doom.
Then, the shadows from forests came soon after. The beasts that stalked weary traders and caravans, the aberrations that tore fields apart, the ghasts that wailed in the faces of the rail engineers, speaking of terrors of the Chaos.
The Powers across the continents eventually convened andagreed-the legacy of the Core Seven must live on; to keep the Light so that we may never be lost in the dark again.
And so, the Towers came to be.
Backers who pledge MX$475 in support will unlock a PDF copy as a reward. That’s about US$25 or £22.
The hardcover edition of the full-colour TTRPG is added to the rewards at MX$850, as are physical stretch goals. There’s nearly complete worldwide shipping, and probably no less than usual, but Axo are transparent about not actually shipping to Russia right now!
More? No, that’s it. Simple, clear. Both tiers have December 2023 as the estimated release date.
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